A butterfly valve is a quarter-turn rotational motion valve, that is used to stop, regulate, and start a flow. The "butterfly" is a metal disc mounted on a rod. When the butterfly valve is fully closed, the disk completely blocks the line.
A ball valve is a form of quarter-turn valve which uses a hollow, perforated and pivoting ball to control flow through it. It is open when the ball's hole is in line with the flow and closed when it is pivoted 90-degrees by the valve handle.
A gate valve, also known as a sluice valve, is a valve that opens by lifting a barrier (gate) out of the path of the fluid. Gate valves require very little space along the pipe axis and hardly restrict the flow of fluid when the gate is fully opened.
A float valve is designed to control the highest level of a given basin or cistern. Its role is to supply or not supply the basin and to avoid overflowing. There are offset float valves for large diameter valves in order to reduce the dimensions of the floats.
A globe valve is a linear motion valve and are primarily designed to stop, start and regulate flow. The disk of a Globe valve can be totally removed from the flow path or it can completely close the flow path. Conventional Globe valves may be used for isolation and throttling services.
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